ChunJiDo - Free Sample Videos
This section contains free videos you can watch to sample the course and content taught.
Video Name Length Free
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Sparring Freeform sequence on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: In this sparring sequence is demonstrated some of the techniques learned in yellow belt as well as much more movement.
2min. 38sec. Yes
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Won-Hyo Kata Self-Defense Application 2 on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: This is the second self-defense application shown from multiple angles to detail the application of the technique. The attack is a straight punch to the head.
2min. 12sec. Yes
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Seunchin Kata Self-Defense Application 1 on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: This is the first self-defense application of the Seunchin Kata. It is used to defend from a push or two hand grab.
1min. 14sec. Yes
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Hwa Rang Self-defense Application 2 on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: This another example of a self-defense technique from Hwa Rang.
1min. 51sec. Yes
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Pressure Points - Head & Neck on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: This video covers the pressure points found on the head and neck area and how to manipulate them.
4min. 4sec. Yes
White Belt - buy this
The White Belt level contains the Katas, Taikyoku Shodan, Nidan, and Sandan. Takyoku means, "first choice", or "first pass." The Taikyoku katas are found in many systems and are used to introduce the student to organized movement while execting the beginning techniques. The White Belt represents purity and absence of preconceived ideas or knowledge.
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ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Introduction to ChunJiDo on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: Grandmaster Cutrell gives a brief introduction to the art of ChunJiDo.
0min. 51sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Basic Principles in ChunJiDo on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: Grandmaster Robert Cutrell outlines several basic principles found in ChunJiDo, including fight or flight, and ranges you need to be aware of.
2min. 48sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell About Katas on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: What is a Kata and why is it an important part of the ChunJiDo martial arts system? Grandmaster Cutrell explains in this video.
0min. 59sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell White Belt Introduction on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description:

Grandmaster Robert Cutrell explains the purpose of the white belt and what it covers.

The original Taikyoku katas were created by Gichin Funakoshi. Taikyoku means ‘first course.’
Taikyoku Nidan is the second kata in the ChunJiDo system and is done at the white belt level. The white belt represents purity and an absence of knowledge. It is like a blank canvas ready to be filled with knowledge.

0min. 26sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Course Layout and Method of Instruction on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: Grandmaster Cutrell explains that he will be demonstrating the Kata being done. He will then break it down step-by-step for you to learn, after which he will extract and explain the street defense applications of each movement.
0min. 24sec.
Video Taikyoku Shodan
This is the first Kata of the white belt.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Taikyoku Shodan Kata (Normal Speed) on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: The original Taikyoku katas were created by Gichin Funakoshi. Taikyoku means ‘first course.’ Taikyoku Shodan is the first kata in the ChunJiDo system and is done at the white belt level. The white belt represents purity and an absence of knowledge. It is like a blank canvas ready to be filled with knowledge. This is the kata done at normal speed.
0min. 39sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Taikyoku Shodan Kata (Half Speed) on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: This is the Taikyoku Shodan kata done at half speed.
0min. 44sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Taikyoku Shodan Kata Explained on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: Grandmaster Robert Cutrell explains and breaks down each motion of the Taikyoku Shodan Kata.
6min. 10sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Yami: Fighting Application on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: This video demonstrates and explains the fighting application of Yami, the salute in the first kata form, Taikyoku Shodan.
2min. 29sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Ready Stance: Fighting Application on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: Grandmaster Robert Cutrell demonstrates the next part of the Taiyoku Shodan form, the ready stance.
1min. 27sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Low Strike, Step and Punch on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: This is the first move in the Taikyodan Kata, after the Yami and ready stance. It involves a low strike, a step, bringing the opponent to the ground followed by a punch.
1min. 12sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Low Strike from a Rear Choke on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: This is another example of how the low strike could be used defensively.
1min. 2sec.
Video Taikyoku Nidan
This is the second kata in the white belt and introduces the next series of basic moves learned.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Taikyoku Nidan Kata on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: The original Taikyoku katas were created by Gichin Funakoshi. Taikyoku means ‘first course.’ Taikyoku Nidan is the second kata in the ChunJiDo system and is done at the white belt level. The white belt represents purity and an absence of knowledge. It is like a blank canvas ready to be filled with knowledge. The kata in this video is done at normal speed.
0min. 34sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Taikyoku Nidan Kata (slow) on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: The kata is done half speed in this video.
0min. 44sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Taikyoku Nidan Kata Explained on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: Grandmaster Cutrell explains each movement of the Taikyoku Nidan Kata slowly so that it is as easy to learn as possible.
4min. 21sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Taikyoku Nidan Kata Application 1 on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: In this video is shown how the first move of the Taikyoku Nidan Kata can be used in defense against an opponent.
2min. 37sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Taikyoku Nidan Kata Application 2 on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: This is the second self defense technique that is an example of how part of this kata could be used in a scenario.
2min. 1sec.
Video Taikyoku Sandan
This is the third and final kata of the white belt.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Taikyoku Sandan Kata on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: The original Taikyoku katas were created by Gichin Funakoshi. Taikyoku means ‘first course.’ Taikyoku Sandan is the third kata in the ChunJiDo system and is done at the white belt level. The white belt represents purity and an absence of knowledge. It is like a blank canvas ready to be filled with knowledge.
0min. 39sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Taikyoku Sandan Kata (half-speed) on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: The Taikyoku Sandan Kata demonstrated at half-speed.
0min. 45sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Taikyoku Sandan Kata Explained on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: Grandmaster Robert Cutrell explains each movement in the Taikyoku Sandan Kata in detail.
4min. 55sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Taikyoku Sandan Self-Defense Application 1 on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: This is the first self-defense application of moves learned in the Taikyoku Sandan Kata. It is demonstrated slowly, and quickly from different angles.
1min. 39sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Taikyoku Sandan Self-Defense Application 2 on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: This is the second example of a self-defense technique you can use learned from Taikyoku Sandan.
1min. 21sec.
Video Sparring Segment
In these videos is demonstrated how you can use your techniques learned in the white belt katas in basic sparring.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Sparring Basics on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: Grandmaster Robert Cutrell explains sparring basics, including stances, distances and some techniques. His two students, Sensei's Kyle Lawton and Logan Howell demonstrate front kicks followed by a back-fist punch.
3min. 37sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Sparring Segment 2 on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: In this sparring segment Grandmaster Cutrell has his students demonstrate the skip-in sidekick followed by a backfist and reverse punch. This is a white belt sparring exercise.
2min. 9sec.
Video Break Falls
Two break falls and a roll are taught in this section. The rear break fall, side break fall and front roll.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Back Breakfall on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: Learn how to do a proper rear breakfall safely.
3min. 9sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Side Breakfall on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: Demonstrated in this video is a side breakfall. Using this technique you will land safer and be ready to defend yourself.
1min. 50sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Front Roll on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: Learn how to execute a proper front roll and come out on your feet ready to defend yourself. There are all types of situations this technique could be useful.
2min. 6sec.
Yellow Belt - buy this
The Yellow Belt level contains three katas; Chunji, Naihanchi, and Do-San. At this level the student starts to move in all directions in kata and starts to use techniques in varied combinations. The Yellow Belt represents the sun which helps things grow. This belt symbolizes the beginning of growth in the martial arts. Also, the yellow belt represents sweat from the hard work of training.
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ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Introduction to the Yellow Belt on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: Grandmaster Cutrell briefly introduces and describes the yellow belt
0min. 37sec.
Video Chunji Kata
This is the first of three katas in the yellow belt.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Chunji Kata Introduction on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: Grandmaster Robert Cutrell gives a introduction, explaining what the Chunji Kata represents and what pattern it uses.
Chunji is a kata from the International Taekwondo Federation (ITF). ‘Literally Chun-Ji means heaven and earth. It is…interpreted as the creation of the world or the beginning of human history. Therefore it is one of the initial patterns done by the beginner. This pattern has two separate parts – one to represent the heavens, the other the earth.’ Chunji is the first form done at the yellow belt level. The yellow belt is the second belt in the ChunJiDo system. The yellow belt represents the sun which helps things grow. This belt symbolizes the beginning of growth in the martial arts. Also, the yellow belt represents sweat from the hard work of training.
0min. 31sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Chunji Kata on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: This is the Chunji Kata done at normal speed from a front facing view.
0min. 33sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Chunji Kata (reverse angle) on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: This is the Chunji Kata done from a reverse view.
0min. 37sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Chunji Kata (half-speed) on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: This is the Chunji Kata demonstrated at half-speed from the front facing view.
0min. 45sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Chunji Kata (half-speed, reverse angle) on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: This is the Chunji Kata demonstrated from a reverse view at half-speed.
0min. 43sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Chunji Kata Explained on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: In this video the Chunji Kata is demonstrated slowly, movement by movement and broken-down and explained by Grandmaster Cutrell.
4min. 44sec.
Video Naihanchi Kata
This is the second kata of the yellow belt.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Naihanchi Kata on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: Naihanchi is the second kata done at the yellow belt level. Sokon Matsumura is credited with bringing Naihanchi to Okinawa from China. The kata is unique in that it is linear suggesting that it was developed for use on horseback. The meaning of Naihanchi may be obtained by looking to the individual roots:
Nai: nerves/pressure points/dim mak
Han: The Shaolin Master who created the original kata that was introduced to Okinawa.
Chi: energy/spirit/intrinsic power
Thus, a possible meaning of Naihanchi is the ‘Nerve Strikes of Master Han.’ Another translation is ‘Staying and Fighting.’ Funakoshi developed the Tekki (‘Iron Horse’) katas from Naihanchi for the Shotokan system.
0min. 30sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Naihanchi Kata (half-speed) on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: The Naihanchi Kata is performed at half-speed in this video.
0min. 47sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Naihanchi Kata Explained on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: Grandmaster Cutrell explains in detail, each movement of this kata.
5min. 59sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Naihanchi Self Defense Application 1 on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: This is the first example of a self-defense application from techniques learned in Naihanchi. This example uses a defense from a lapel grab.
1min. 36sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Naihanchi Self Defense Application 2 on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: This is the second self-defense technique shown from movements used in Naihanchi. This self-defense application is used when attacked with a shoulder-grab.
1min. 18sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Naihanchi Self Defense Application 3 on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: This is the third self defense application from the Naihanchi kata.
1min. 13sec.
Video Do-San Kata
This is the third and final kata learned in the yellow belt
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Do-San Kata on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: Do-San is the third form done at the yellow belt level. Do-San is a pseudonym of the [Korean] patriot Ahn Chang-Ho (1878 – 1938). The 24 movements represent his entire life, which he devoted to furthering education in Korea and the Korean independence movement. The name Do-San means Island Mountain.
0min. 36sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Do-San Kata (reverse angle) on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: This is the reverse angle view of the Do-San Kata being demonstrated.
0min. 37sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Do-San Kata (half-speed) on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: This demonstration of the Do-San Kata is done at half-speed from the front view.
0min. 45sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Do-San Kata (half-speed, reverse angle) on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: The Do-San Kata is demonstrated at half-speed from the reverse view.
0min. 44sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Do-San Kata Explained on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: In this video the Do-San kata is demonstrated slowly, move-by-move as Grandmaster Cutrell explains each part.
5min. 54sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Do-San Self-Defense Application 1 on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: This is the first self-defense application from the Do-San Kata.
0min. 52sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Do-San Self Defense Application 2 on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: This is the second self-defense application taken from Kata Do-San.
1min. 15sec.
Video Sparring Segment
This is the sparring segment of the yellow belt. It teaches more movement and more advanced moves learned from the katas.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Yellow Belt Sparring Sequence on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: Grandmaster Cutrell introduces new sparring concepts in this video and explains them as his students demonstrates the techniques.
3min. 30sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Sparring Freeform sequence on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: In this sparring sequence is demonstrated some of the techniques learned in yellow belt as well as much more movement.
2min. 38sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Advanced Rear Break Fall on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: With yellow belt, is learned a more difficult break fall in which you fall from higher rather than sinking down lower on your knees. This is meant to simulate a hard push or suddenly loosing your footing on the street.
2min. 39sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Blue Belt Sparring on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: In this sparring match you learn to use the hook-kick, round-kick combination and the back-fist, ridge-hand combination. You learn to work up and down the body with your kicks. Both combinations are demonstrated from an open and closed stance.
2min. 57sec.
Blue Belt - buy this
The Blue Belt level contains two Katas,Won Hyo and Seuchin. The Blue belt represents the sky which is vast. This belt is a reminder that although you have learned quite a bit by this rank, there is still a lot more out there. You should always be, "reaching for new heights" and continue to strive for the highest levels. This is also the rank at which things start to get more difficult; it is the transition from beginner to intermediate stage of the ChunJiDo course.
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ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Blue Belt Introduction on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: The Blue Belt level contains two Katas,Won Hyo and Seuchin. The Blue belt represents the sky which is vast. This belt is a reminder that although you have learned quite a bit by this rank, there is still a lot more out there. You should always be, "reaching for new heights" and continue to strive for the highest levels. This is also the rank at which things start to get more difficult; it is the transition from beginner to intermediate stage of the ChunJiDo course.
0min. 54sec.
Video Won-Hyo Kata
This is the first Kata of the Blue belt. At this level techniques and movements become more difficult, and it moves a beginner into the intermediate stage.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Won-Hyo Kata on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: Won-Hyo is the first form done at the blue belt level and was the name of the noted monk who introduced Buddhism to the Silla Dynasty in the year 686 AD. The blue belt represents the sky which is vast. This belt is a reminder that although you have learned quite a bit by this rank there is still a lot more out there. This is also the rank at which things start to get more difficult; it is the transition from beginner to intermediate.
1min. 2sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Won-Hyo Kata (reverse) on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: The Won-Hyo Kata is repeated from the reverse angle, as if watching from behind.
0min. 54sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Won-Hyo Kata (half-speed) on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: The Won-Hyo Kata demonstrated at half-speed from the front facing angle.
1min. 12sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Won-Hyo Kata (reverse, half-speed) on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: The Kata is performed at half-speed from the reverse angle.
1min. 12sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Won-Hyo Kata Explained on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: Grandmaster Cutrell explains each of the movements in the Won-Hyo Kata as they are demonstrated.
5min. 4sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Won-Hyo Kata Explained (side-angle) on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: Part of the Won-Hyo Kata is demonstrated and explained from the side angle for clarification purposes.
1min. 16sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Won-Hyo Kata Self-Defense Application 1 on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: This is a self-defense application using moves learned from Won-Hyo Kata.
1min. 22sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Won-Hyo Kata Self-Defense Application 2 on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: This is the second self-defense application shown from multiple angles to detail the application of the technique. The attack is a straight punch to the head.
2min. 12sec.
Video Seunchin Kata
This is the second kata of the Blue Belt.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Seunchin Kata on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: The high blue belt in ChunJiDo has a black stripe through the center. This stripe is a reminder of the goal to achieve black belt and a reminder that training in the martial arts is a continuous journey. The form done at the high blue belt level is Seunchin. Seunchin means ‘Strength of Ten’ and is considered to be an internal kata because of the use of muscle tensing and relaxing along with steady, deep breathing to generate power. Seunchin is credited to Chojun Miyagi, the founder of Goju-Ryu Karate.
1min. 16sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Seunchin Kata (slow) on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: The Seunchin Kata is demonstrated slower for learning purposes.
1min. 42sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Seunchin Kata Explained on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: Grandmaster Cutrell explains each movement of the Seunchin Kata as it is demonstrated slowly.
7min. 34sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Seunchin Kata Self-Defense Application 1 on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: This is the first self-defense application of the Seunchin Kata. It is used to defend from a push or two hand grab.
1min. 14sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Seunchin Kata Self-Defense Application 2 on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: This is the second self-defense technique based on the Seunchin Kata.
1min. 18sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Seunchin Kata Self-Defense Application 3 on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: Shown is the third self-defense technique learned from the Kata Seunchin. It is use from a wide punching attacking.
1min. 17sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Seunchin Kata Self-Defense Application 4 on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: This is the fourth self-defense application from the Seunchin Kata.
2min. 9sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Seunchin Kata Self-Defense Application 5 on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: This is the fifth self-defense application from Kata Seunchin. It involves a number of moves from the kata and ends in throwing your opponent.
2min. 36sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Seunchin Kata Self-Defense Application 6 on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: This is the sixth application from the Seunchin Kata.
1min. 30sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Superman Judo Roll on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: In this advanced roll you learn to roll from much higher above the ground and at a faster speed than the earlier front roll you learned.
1min. 23sec.
Green Belt - buy this
The Green Belt level contains two Katas, Yul Guk and Joon Gun. The Green belt represents growth. At this level the student establishes a strong base of fundamentals and begins to perfect such things as fluid motion, body control, balance, and focused power.
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ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell ChunJiDo Green Belt Introduction on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: The Green Belt level contains two Katas, Yul Guk and Joon Gun. The Green belt represents growth. At this level the student establishes a strong base of fundamentals and begins to perfect such things as fluid motion, body control, balance, and focused power.
0min. 33sec.
Video Yul Guk Kata
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Yul Guk Kata on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: Yul-Gok is a pseudonym of a great philosopher and scholar Yi I (1536 – 1584) nicknamed the ‘Confucius of Korea’. The 38 movements of this pattern refer to his birthplace on 38-degree latitude and the diagram of the pattern represents scholar.
0min. 53sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Yul Guk Kata (rear angle) on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: This is the Yul Guk Kata shown from the rear angle.
0min. 55sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Yul Guk Kata (half-speed) on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: The Yul Guk Kata demonstrated slower for learning purposes.
1min. 12sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Yul Guk Kata (half-speed, rear angle) on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: The Yul Guk Kata demonstrated at half-speed from the rear view.
1min. 4sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Yul Guk Kata Explained on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: Grandmaster Cutrell explains each of the katas movements in detail as they are demonstrated slowly.
4min. 16sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Yul Guk Self-defense Application 1 on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: This self-defense application is demonstrated in reaction to a wide or haymaker punch. It is followed with a kick to the groin and several punches and ends in sweeping the opponent to the ground.
1min. 32sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Yul Guk Self-defense Application 2 on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: This defense is demonstrated from two haymaker punches, one left and then one right.
1min. 49sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Yul Guk Self-defense Application 3 on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: The third self-defense application based on the Yul-Guk Kata.
1min. 39sec.
Video Joon Gun Kata
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Joon Gun Kata on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: Joon-Gun is named after the patriot Ahn Joong-Gun who assassinated Hiro Bumi Ito, the first Japanese governor-general of Korea, known as the man who played the leading part in the Korea-Japan merger. There are 32 movements in this pattern to represent Mr. Ahn’s age when he was executed at Lui-Shung in 1910. Joon Gun is done at the high green belt level. The high green belt has a black stripe through the center. This stripe is a reminder of the goal to achieve black belt and a reminder that training in the martial arts is a continuous journey.
0min. 55sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Joon Gun Kata (reverse) on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: This is the Joon Gun Kata demonstrated from the rear angle.
0min. 50sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Joon Gun Kata (half-speed) on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: The Joon Gun Kata is demonstrated at slower speed to help aid in learning the movements.
1min. 3sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Joon Gun Kata (half-speed, reverse) on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: The Joon Gun Kata demonstrated at half-speed from the rear angle.
1min. 7sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Joon Gun Kata Explained on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: Grandmaster Cutrell explains in detail the movements of the Joon Gun kata as they are demonstrated by Sensei Kyle Lawton.
5min. 3sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Joon Gun Self-defense Application 1 on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: This is the first example of a self-defense application from moves learned in the Joon Gun Kata.
1min. 40sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Joon Gun Self-defense Application 2 on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: This self-defense attack is against someone reaching in with two hands. It is the second application from the Joon Gun kata.
1min. 31sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Green Belt Sparring Sequence on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: This video covers the sparring part of the green belt and incorporates moves learned during the katas into it.
3min. 51sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Hip Throw on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: This is the hip throw from the green belt level. It is used to defend against an opponent attacking with a wide punch.
4min. 56sec.
Purple Belt - buy this
The Purple Belt level contains two Katas; Pinan Sandan and Pinan Odan. Pinan means, "Peace and Confidence", or " Peaceful Mind." It is believed that the student will develop Peace and Confidence as they practice the Pinan katas. The Purple Belt is the transition from Intermediate to Advanced Kyu/Kyup (under Black Belt) ranks. At this rank the training will become much more physically demanding, the student will be challenged and pushed beyond their perceived limitations.
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ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Introduction to Purple Belt of ChunJiDo on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: Grandmaster Cutrell gives an introduction to the purple belt, explaining what you will find in this section and whats expected of students at this point in their training.
0min. 45sec.
Video Pinan Sandan Kata
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Pinan Sandan Kata on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: This is the first kata of the purple belt. Pinan means ‘Peace and Confidence’ or ‘Peaceful Mind.’ Sandan means third. The Pinan katas are attributed to Anko Itosu whose most famous student was Funakoshi, the founder of Shotokan. Funakoshi developed the Heian katas from the Pinans. Pinan Sandan is done at the purple belt level. The purple belt represents getting bruises. At this rank, you will be pushed to your limits and will get bruises, cuts, and maybe even broken bones. This belt is the transition from the intermediate to the high ranks. Also, the color purple represents mountains. From the ground, the peak is often obscured by a purple haze. This serves as a reminder that although you have come very far in your training, there is still more to learn. There is always more to learn.
0min. 39sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Pinan Sandan Kata (reverse) on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: This is the reverse or rear angle view of the Pinan Sandan Kata, the first kata of the purple belt.
0min. 43sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Pinan Sandan Kata (slow) on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: The Pinan Sandan Kata demonstrated at half-speed for learning purposes.
0min. 42sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Pinan Sandan Kata (slow-motion) on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: This video is slowed down using software to give the student a chance to see every movement easily.
1min. 18sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Pinan Sandan Kata (slow, reverse) on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: The Pinan Sandan Kata demonstrated slowly from the reverse or rear angle.
0min. 54sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Pinan Sandan Kata Breakdown on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: In this video Grandmaster Cutrell gives a detailed breakdown of the katas movements as Sensei Logan Howell demonstrates.
6min. 6sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Pinan Sandan Self-defense Application 1 on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: This self-defense application based on moves from the Pinan Sandan kata are used to defend against a wide punch.
2min. 10sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Pinan Sandan Self-defense Application 2 on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: Another example of a self-defense application taken from the Pinan Sandan Kata.
1min. 30sec.
Video Pinan Odan Kata
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Pinan Odan Kata on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: Pinan means ‘Peace and Confidence’ or ‘Peaceful Mind.’ Odan (or Godan) means fifth. The Pinan katas are attributed to Anko Itosu whose most famous student was Funakoshi, the founder of Shotokan. Funakoshi developed the Heian katas from the Pinans. Pinan Odan is done at the high purple belt level. The high purple belt has a black stripe through the center. This stripe is a reminder of the goal to achieve black belt and a reminder that training in the martial arts is a continuous journey.
0min. 42sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Pinan Odan Kata (side view) on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: This is the Pinan Odan kata from a side view.
0min. 41sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Pinan Odan Kata (half-speed) on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: The Pinan Odan kata demonstrated slowly for learning purposes.
0min. 55sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Pinan Odan Kata (side view at half-speed) on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: The Pinan Odan kata demonstrated from a side view at half-speed.
0min. 50sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Pinan Odan Kata Breakdown on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: Grandmaster Robert Cutrell explains each movement of the Pinan Odan Kata as one of his black belt students demonstrates slowly.
5min. 57sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Pinan Odan Self-defense Application 1 on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: This is the first self-defense application taken from the Pinan Odan kata movements.
1min. 47sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Pinan Odan Self-defense Application 2 on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: This is the second application example taken from the Pinan Odan kata. In this example the defense is from a overhand stick attack.
3min. 51sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Free-form Sparring on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: This is sparring at the purple belt level. You should be able to find openings on your opponent as well as create them. You should be able to execute multiple kicks.
2min. 42sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Throws and Breakfalls on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: At the purple belt level, the student is pushed at random in any direction and expected to roll and recover in a defensive position.
2min. 17sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Breakfalls on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: The breakfalls at this level are exaggerated with height, distance and speed, making sure the student can handle any type of fall or push.
1min. 56sec.
Brown Belt Part A - buy this
The Brown Belt level only contains one Kata, Hwa Rang, due to the fact that at this rank in addition to learning several new techniques, the student must take the time to review and perfect all of the katas, sparring, and techniques they have learned in their previous training. It is a time of developing strong roots in your training and techniques. It is a time of preparation and solidification of all of the fundamentals needed to transition to Black Belt.
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ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Brown Belt Introduction on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: Grandmaster Cutrell introduces the brown belt level of the ChunJiDo martial art. This level refines your techniques so that you are ready to move on to black belt.
0min. 46sec.
Video Hwa Rang Kata
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Hwa Rang Kata on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: Hwa Rang is named after the Hwa Rang youth group which originated in the Silla Dynasty in the early 7th century. The 29 movements refer to the 29th infantry Division, where Tae Kwon Do developed into maturity. The 29th was organized by General Choi who later became acclaimed as the founder of modern Taekwondo. Hwa Rang translates to ‘Blossoming Flower’ or ‘Blossoming Manhood.’ The Hwa Rang Do warriors were a group of young men trained by Silla province to defend from the rival Korean provinces of Paekche and Koguryu. These young men were not only skilled in the combat arts but also trained in poetry, writing, painting, reading, music, and other intellectual pursuits. Hwa Rang is done at the brown and high brown belt level. The color brown represents the healing process. As bruises heal, they change from purple to brown. This is a reminder that perseverance and dedication have brought you to this point. You did not give up when you got hurt or faced a challenge but kept going. Also, brown symbolizes a tree. We see the trunk and leaves of a tree but just as important are the roots which support the tree. The Kyu ranks serve as the roots of your martial arts training to support you as continue your journey through the degrees of black belt. The high brown belt has a black stripe through the center. This stripe is a reminder of the goal to achieve black belt and a reminder that training in the martial arts is a continuous journey.
1min. 3sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Hwa Range Kata (side view) on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: This is the Hwa Range demonstrated from a side view.
1min. 3sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Hwa Rang Kata (rear view) on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: The Hwa Rang kata demonstrated from a rear angle or view.
0min. 58sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Hwa Rang Kata (slow) on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: The Hwa Rang kata demonstrated at slower speed.
1min. 16sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Hwa Rang Kata (slow, side view) on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: The Hwa Rang kata shown from the side view at a slower speed.
1min. 18sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Hwa Rang Kata (slow, rear view) on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: The Hwa Rang kata demonstrated from the rear camera angle at a slower speed.
1min. 17sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Hwa Rang Kata Breakdown on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: Grandmaster Robert Cutrell explains in detail each movement of the kata as it is demonstrated slowly.
6min. 40sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Hwa Rang Self-defense Application 1 on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: This is a self-defense application from the Hwa Rang kata.
1min. 57sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Hwa Rang Self-defense Application 2 on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: This another example of a self-defense technique from Hwa Rang.
1min. 51sec.
Video Joint Locks & Takedowns
This section covers various joint locks, takedowns and throws.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Z-Lock Wrist Lock on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: The Z-Lock is a wrist lock from the brown belt of the ChunJiDo martial art course. It manipulates the opponents arm joints to cause pain and force him to the ground.
3min. 27sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Vertical Lock on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: This lock used from a grab to your lapel, or any other way of grabbing the opponents wrist backwards, puts pressure on the wrist and elbow joint, driving him to the ground.
3min. 22sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Looking in the Mirror (joint lock) on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: A joint lock using your opponents wrist against him.
2min. 34sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Gooseneck Escort on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: This is a wrist lock used by tucking your opponents elbow into your chest and bending his wrist into the forearm. It causes immense pain and can be used to control your opponent.
2min. 30sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Chicken Wing on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: This arm-lock is used to throw your opponent and is called the chicken wing because of the way the opponents arm is bent when executed.
1min. 49sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Looking in the Mirror (takedown) on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: This wrist lock aims to throw your opponent by manipulating their wrist.
1min. 55sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Double Arm Throw on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: Defending against to haymaker punches on either side, you cross your opponents arms, and stepping in, throw him.
1min. 48sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Circular Throw on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: This throw uses the attackers momentum to continue his movement past you and to the ground.
1min. 34sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Advanced Head Throw on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: This throwing technique utilizes the opponents head to send his body in the direction of the ground.
2min. 6sec.
Brown Belt Part B - buy this
This section covers pressure points and how they can be combined with joint locks to be used effectively together as techniques.
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Video Pressure Points
This covers the various pressure points from the head down.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Pressure Points - Head & Neck on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: This video covers the pressure points found on the head and neck area and how to manipulate them.
4min. 4sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Pressure Points - Arm & Hands on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: Grandmaster Cutrell demonstrates and explains each of the pressure points found in the arms and hands.
4min. 43sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Pressure Points - Chest & Shoulders on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: Grandmaster Cutrell covers the pressure points found on the chest and shoulders, demonstrating each and carefully showing how they work.
3min. 30sec.
Video Pressure Points & Joint Lock Combinations
This section covers using pressure points within techniques and joint-locks.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Joint-Lock & Pressure Point Combination 1 on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: This is an example of a technique using both a pressure point and joint-lock.
4min. 9sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Joint-Lock & Pressure Point Combination 2 on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: This combination uses the elbow lock and shoulder pressure point together to gain control over your opponent.
2min. 37sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Joint-Lock & Pressure Point Combination 3 on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: This is a combination of the "looking in the mirror" joint-lock and the pressure point found just below the throat.
3min. 3sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Joint-Lock & Pressure Point Combination 4 on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: This combination uses the chicken wing joint lock and collarbone pressure point to control the opponent.
2min. 4sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Multiple Strikes on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: This segment teaches you how use multiple fast strikes against your opponent, using economy of motion.
5min. 20sec.
1st Black Belt Part A - buy this
The 1st Dan Black Belt contains two katas; Palisai and Gojushiho. Palisai means, "motions of the Butterfly" and represents the transition the butterfly must go through to finally reach a state of beauty and freedom from the cocoon that confined it. This is very similar to the amazing transition a student goes through from White Belt to Black Belt, the state of perceived perfection. Gojushiho means, "54 Steps of the Black Tiger", and is characterized by low, strong stances. Achieving black belt is not the end; it is not the ultimate goal. The objective of martial arts, rather, is to embrace the journey and stay the path.
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ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Introduction to the Black Belt on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: This is the first black belt level that has been included in the I Do Martial Arts: ChunJiDo course. Grandmaster Cutrell explains what is involved in this level.
1min. 10sec.
Video Palisai Kata
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Palisai Kata on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: This is the first kata of the black belt.
1min. 26sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Palisai Kata (rear angle) on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: This is Palisai kata demonstrated from a rear camera view.
1min. 16sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Palisai Kata (side angle) on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: The Palisai kata shown from a side angle.
1min. 15sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Palisai Kata (half-speed) on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: The Palisai kata demonstrated at a much slower speed for learning purposes.
1min. 39sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Palisai Kata (slow, rear angle) on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: This is the Palisai kata at a slower speed from the rear camera angle.
1min. 35sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Palisai Kata (slow, side angle) on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: The Palisai kata demonstrated from a side angle at a slower speed.
1min. 33sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Palisai Kata Breakdown on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: This is the breakdown of the kata Palisai. Grandmaster Cutrell takes you step-by-step, slowly through this kata as it is demonstrated, explaining each movement.
7min. 29sec.
Video Gojushiho Kata
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Gojushiho Kata on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: This is the Gojushiho Kata, the second kata found on the ChunJiDo black belt level.
2min. 2sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Gojushiho Kata (side angle) on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: This is the Gojushiho kata performed from the side angle.
1min. 58sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Gojushiho Kata (half-speed) on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: This video shows the Gojushiho kata performed at half-speed for learning purposes.
2min. 29sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Gojushiho Kata (side angle, half-speed) on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: The Gojushiho kata demonstrated from the side angle at a slower speed.
2min. 4sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Gojushiho Kata Breakdown on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: This is the detailed breakdown of the Gojushiho kata from the black belt of the ChunJiDo system.
7min. 43sec.
1st Black Belt Part B - buy this
This segment of the first black belt contains additional techniques and concepts needed at the black belt level.
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Video Energy Manipulation
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Energy Manipulation Technique 1 on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: Grandmaster Cutrell gives a brief overview of energy manipulation and how you can use it to control your opponent. This example is demonstrated from a lapel grab.
4min. 13sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Energy Manipulation Technique 2 on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: This example uses a double lapel grab and different technique to effect the opponents energy.
2min. 12sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Energy Manipulation Technique 3 on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: This example of energy manipulation is done from a double wrist grab with two opponents.
2min. 23sec.
Video Freeform Sparring
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Black Belt Freeform Self-defense on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: This is a segment of freeform self-defense to demonstrate what the flow, techniques and strikes should look like at the black belt level.
2min. 1sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Black Belt Freeform Self-defense B on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: More examples of free form self-defense at the black belt level, finished with chokes.
2min. 36sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Black Belt Freeform Self-defense C (Kicking) on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: This video covers more techniques and freeform self-defense but is centered around kicks.
3min. 11sec.
Video Weapon Techniques
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Weapon Technique A on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: This is an example of a technique using a stick based on movements learned in previous levels.
2min. 4sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Weapon Technique B on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: Another example of a technique using a stick.
1min. 30sec.
ChunJiDo Robert Cutrell Weapon Technique C on I Do Martial Arts.com
Description: Another example of how you can control your opponent using a stick.
2min. 2sec.
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